Free Scrapbook Pattern for National Scrapbooking Month

Free scrapbook pattern for National Scrapbooking Month, courtesy of Close To My Heart! #ctmh #closetomyheart #scrapbook #pattern #scrapbooking #ideas #inspiration #free

What better way to wrap up National Scrapbooking Month than to give our readers a free scrapbook pattern? 🙂

Free scrapbook pattern for National Scrapbooking Month, courtesy of Close To My Heart! #ctmh #closetomyheart #scrapbook #pattern #scrapbooking #ideas #inspiration #free

This pattern originally debuted with our Moon Doggie papers, but we decided to pair it with our National Scrapbooking Month Live Beautifully paper packet and stamp set—and we love the finished look! It goes to show how scrapbook patterns are truly timeless.

Download Pattern

Download the pattern above, and then create your own layout. Though the photo sizes on this pattern are not standard, you could easily replace the 5 ½” x 8″ photo on the left page with a matted 5″ x 7″. For the 4″ x 2 ½” photos on the right page, it is easy to trim ½” off of a 4″ x 3″ to fit the space.

Remember, our Live Beautifully paper packet and stamp set are only available until the end of the month, so grab them while you can!

Scrapbooking pattern book #ctmh #closetomyheart #scrapbooking #patterns #patternbook


For even more timeless patterns, check out our collection of affordable how-to pattern books, many of which are only available until the end of July. We know you’ll love them!







12″ x 12″ Dream Layout
Moon Doggie Pattern
CC1212C My Acrylix® Live Beautifully Stamp Set, CC1212B Live Beautifully Paper Packet, 1385 White Daisy Cardstock, Z2805 Black Exclusive Inks™ Stamp Pad, Z2844 Pixie Exclusive Inks™ Stamp Pad, Z2835 New England Ivy Exclusive Inks™ Stamp Pad, Z3312 Gold Glitter Gems, Z3095 Whisper Thick Twine, Z1979 Marvy® Uchida® LePen™ Journaling Pen

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12 thoughts on “Free Scrapbook Pattern for National Scrapbooking Month

  1. I’m trying to understand the labeling used on the template – why ‘D’ on the right isn’t labeled ‘A’, ‘E &F’ isn’t labeled ‘B’ and ‘G’ isn’t labeled ‘C’? If I didn’t see the finished LO, I would think each letter was representing different paper. I’m sure this is a template standard, but it doesn’t seem logical to me. I would love an explanation ….thanks!

    • Yes, it is a template standard. For our cutting guides, we label all of the pieces you cut with a letter. The pattern then shows where each of the pieces go. The letters do not each represent a different paper. Does that make sense? If you have more questions, let us know!

      • Thanks ….I knew there had to be a good explanation…I was just heading down the wrong path… understand completely now….Thanks for replying!

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  3. Thank you very much, I love this layout (as I love ‘Live Beautifully’) and can’t wait to utilise it with these wonderful papers! xoxoxo

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  5. SO LOVE the sharing of CTMH patterns that are always so fabulous. Just another one to tuck in my references. I sure do need them! LOL What I think is most fun is creating them with various paper packs and embellishments that can make each one so unique even when derived from the same pattern.

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